Welcome to Old Barn Farm

Not just your everyday Produce Farm

 

Produce, Herbs, Flowers, Eggs & More

People Friendly Produce & Earth Friendly Practices

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Family Business

Here For You

Besides produce, herbs, flowers, plants and eggs we offer recipes, meal preparation, garden suggestions and other farm related tips.  Many are posted on Instagram.  We plan to continue hosting some farm events.  This past years Farm Tour, Seeding Event, and Photos at the Barn were successful.  Tentative events for upcoming season may include an art event "Paint the Old Barn", a "Wine Tasting at the Old Barn" event and a "Farm Fit" event incorporating exercise into farming and some type of Farm Tour.  More to come on that.

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Fresh Produce

Seasonal Produce

Available right now updated 4/25/2021:  Arugula, Red and Green Lettuce, Radishes, Hakurei Turnips, Onion Greens, herbs and plants ready for your garden.  Free Range Eggs. Order some from here for pick up on Thursdays or Saturdays at the market.

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Free Range Eggs

Satisfaction Guaranteed

We love our chickens!  We have many beautiful and friendly breeds.  We currently have 3 age groups, Our only remaining Golden Girl is now 10 years old and she still lays an occasional egg.  Our 1-3 year old's are our heaviest produces and our babies are still in brooder.  When our hens no longer lay eggs they get to live out their life as our pets.  Our eggs are pasture raised, ungraded and eat home made porridge every morning, yea, that separates our eggs from the rest.

 
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Spring is here!  What's new?

The garlic that was planted late November will be forming scapes soon.  All the raised beds have been stocked with greens, radishes and turnips.  Spring greens include Arugula, Mizuna, Pac Choi and various Lettuces. We have added white rock to the raised bed area paying more attention to aesthetics.  Some of our sales are still on the farm, but, big news!  We are now at the Union County Farmers Market in Monroe.  Also at their satellite market in Stallings.

 

We continue to take orders for eggs, seasonal veggies and herbs - just send us a message.

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Opening Hours

Pick up on our farm on Fridays or at the Union County Farmers Market on Saturdays or by order.  Contact us for seasonal produce and eggs anytime and we will prepare your order for pick and respect Covid compliance. oldbarnfarmnc@gmail.com

Sat: 9am - 12pm at the Market or

at the Farm by Appointment

 

On the Farm

About Old Barn Farm

Old Barn Farm is a small produce farm located in Wesley Chapel close in to Charlotte. Originally from Long Island, but spending the past 30+ years in the Charlotte area, we’re a husband & wife team that moved out to the country to experience small farm life. We practice responsible and sustainable growing methods and treat our animals kindly. While always trying to maintain a healthy balance in our lives, we have found that farming is good for us both physically and mentally. The physical demands of farming provide a constant source of exercise and the mundane tasks like weeding or seeding provide mental calming. The produce we grow provides excellent nourishment to our bodies. As we age we continue to be aware of the need to maintain a good level of physical activity and you can be assured farming provides that! So we’re “Staying Farm Fit” and get to bring you healthy produce in the process.

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Yoga on the Farm Event

Our 1st Farm Event will be held early in 2020. It will be Yoga on the Farm.  Please contact us to sign up or if you have any questions, comments or special requests? We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.

Thanks for submitting!

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About the Old Barn

We loved this property when we moved here in 2012.  The old barn has been a back drop for many photograph sessions, in fact, the day we moved in, there were people at the barn taking pictures.  Fall is particularly pretty, especially when you throw a haystack and pumpkin out front.  We did expand the barn slightly to accommodate our horses but otherwise we've kept it true to original.  This barn is alive, especially at dawn and dusk, feeding time.